Sleek Designs by TBC Consoles at #NABShow

TBC Consoles provides their clients with wonderful options in all areas of new space design for all types of industries. Image result for tbc consolesThe product line is so deep and well engineered that anyone would be impressed with the quality material and construction! The dedication to creating space for new technology has TBC consoles aiming to increase production and efficiencies in 2015 with the addition of a new manufacturing facility. The 10,000 square foot building will allow for increased production and decrease lead times on orders. Founded in 1988, TBC began with a specialty in broadcast and video production consoles including command centers and process control rooms.  The commitment today reins true with expertise in height-adjustable desks, technical furniture, control rooms, edit consoles, graphics consoles, broadcast furniture, and much more!  TBC also expanded their expertise into the areas of security and network operations, transportation, power utilities, dispatch, healthcare, and other applications for their products.

TBC is committed to reducing their environmental impact and is a proud member of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), and by building their products with material that can meet or exceed the Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) meeting specific criteria and prerequisites for the certification.  So, for example, the base frame of all TBC consoles are formed steel framework components containing approx. 70% recycled content and the aluminum extrusions of the consoles are 80 to 90% recovered from scrap within 500 miles of the job site which complies with ISO 14021 and applicable for LEED credits 4.1 for recycled content!

OK, since we have laid the groundwork down for an environmentally sound company such as TBC Consoles, let’s move on IntelliTracto their incredible line of  products for broadcast! The IntelliTrac is a true modular, ergonomic technical furniture system this console was originally designed for the Video Production and Broadcast application, but now has moved to support other industries such as, security, process control, power utilities, command and control, network operations centers and transportation. The full range of motion that the arms provide are extremely useful in adjusting for distance, height and tilt control and can be used for flat screen monitors, speakers, phones, as well as, task lighting! From the picture, you can see how this console has spilled over to other console based industries!

TracWallThe TracWall v2 is the ultimate in custom display stands and can optimize your multi-screen video monitor wall for control room use! The fact that this product can be free standing, wall mounted, or cabinet based shows just how well engineered the unit is! Monitor displays from 15″-70″ bolt directly to the TracWall with a wide assortment of fixed, tilt/swivel, and articulating mounts and the gridwork of this stand is made from t-slotted aluminum making lightweight, but able to support a heavy load! The TracWall system configurations can be custom and designed by one of many top notch TBC Designers and ensuring the customer achieves the configuration desired.

Contact TBC Consoles at 1.888.CONSOLE or you just can stop by booth C7916 at NAB2015

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Matthew has worked in both the private sector and in higher education for over 25 years. He specializes in the areas of digital media project management, broadcast engineering and media production. Matthew has extensive knowledge in digital post production, digital asset management, digital cinema production, and broadcast facility integration. Mr. Harchick actively researches state of the art broadcast, cutting edge digital cinema and smart audio visual technologies for client implementation and is available for your consultation needs.

Matt and his family currently reside in the Washington, D.C metro area.
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